Give Peace has Chance
First recording of John without the Beatles, Give Peace has Chance , written by John and Yoko Ono, lies within the scope of the movement for peace initiated by the Lennon couple in 1969.
Recorded at the time of the Bed-In of Montreal in June 1969, the song quickly will become the pacifist anthem of a generation. The words of the song are posted into large on the walls of the room while John sings and plays of the guitar in the middle of an assistance of forty people among whom Timothy Leary, pope of LSD, Allen Ginsberg, Phil Spector, the members of Hare Krishna, some journalists, of the friends of the couple, and even according to the press attaché Derek Taylor, a disguised member of the CIA!
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